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Executive Leadership Program Cohort 14 starts June 20

The IOG is launching the 14th cohort of its successful Executive Leadership Program (ELP) on June 20, 2016. Since its inception in 2011, over 200 participants from 31 departments and agencies have taken advantage of this unique and comprehensive opportunity to both strengthen their personal skills and support the building of a strong public service of the future. The public service is changing. The new government has an agenda that will require strong support in development, delivery and implementation. The… Read more

Executive Leadership Program Participants Graduate at Rideau Club

The Institute on Governance was pleased to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of the participants of the ninth cohort of the Executive Leadership Program who graduated on November 19. The event took place at the Rideau Club in Ottawa. These executives from the federal government went through a year long leadership training program which focused on becoming better public sector leaders. During the evening, the graduates presented their views on change and leadership. We thank Andrew Treusch, Commissioner  and Chief… Read more

IOG welcomes new Executive Leadership Program cohort

  On Monday November 23rd, the IOG welcomed 15 new participants for the launch of the twelfth cohort of its Executive Leadership Program. Throughout this year long program, these federal government executives will focus on becoming better public sector leaders in a new government context. This will be done by exploring and understanding the new digital environment in which we find ourselves and its impact on government, evolving public sector governance and, the challenges and opportunities of leadership.  We look… Read more

IOG recruiting for next cohort of its successful Executive Leadership Program

The IOG is launching the 10th cohort of its successful Executive Leadership Program on March 23, 2015. Since its inception in 2011, over 125 participants from 31 departments and agencies have availed themselves of this unique and comprehensive developmental opportunity. During this year-long program, participants are given the skills and competencies to be leaders in the public service of the future. Wayne Wouters, former Clerk of the Privy Council, fully supported this program saying: “Congratulations to IOG on its Executive… Read more

Executive Leadership Program Launches Ninth Cohort on October 29

The IOG is accepting nominations for the ninth cohort of the Institute on Governance’s one-year Executive Leadership Program (ELP) set to begin on October 29th, 2014. The program is for committed public service executives at the EX-1 and equivalent level who want to improve their leadership competencies and skills. Since its inception in 2011, over 125 participants from 31 departments and agencies have availed themselves of this unique and comprehensive developmental opportunity. During this year-long program, participants are given the… Read more

IOG now accepting nominations for popular Executive Leadership Program launching in June

The Institute on Governance is proud to announce it is accepting nominations for the eighth cohort of its successful one-year Executive Leadership Program to be launched on June 23 and 24, 2014.  This year-long professional development program is designed for committed public service executives at the EX-1 and equivalent level who want to broaden their competencies and improve their leadership skills. ELP SUPPORTS ORGANIZATIONAL NEEDS With Blueprint 2020, the Clerk of the Privy Council has indicated that preparing for a… Read more

Seventh cohort of IOG’s popular Executive Leadership Program launching March 2014

The seventh cohort of the Institute on Governance’s one-year Executive Leadership Program will begin in March 2014, just before the end of this fiscal year. The program is for committed public service executives at the EX-1 and equivalent level who want to broaden their competencies and improve their leadership skills. ELP SUPPORTS ORGANIZATIONAL NEEDS It has been praised by Wayne Wouters, Clerk of the Privy Council, who said: “Congratulations to IOG on its Executive Leadership Program. We just don’t have… Read more

IOG celebrates graduation of its first Executive Leadership Program cohort

On February 5, in a graduation ceremony at the Rideau Club in Ottawa, the Institute on Governance congratulated the first cohort of its Executive Leadership Program (ELP). The seventeen participants who completed the year-long program are a testimony to the commitment and talent of the up-and-coming executives in the federal public service. Participants in the ELP are nominated by their Deputy Ministers. All the sponsoring Deputy Ministers were invited to attend the ceremony, and the guest of honour was the… Read more

Executive Leadership: Fourth Cohort Registration Now Open

The Executive Leadership Program was developed for committed public service executives at the EX-1 and equivalent level who want to broaden their competencies and to continue improving their leadership skills. The Program will help these leaders actively contribute to major transformation while meeting the on-going challenges of a fast-paced working environment. It will equip them with key insights and expertise at a critical time, both for the public service and in their own careers, thus establishing a stronger foundation for… Read more

IOG launches 3rd Executive Leadership cohort

The new IOG Executive Leadership Program has been launched with 15 participants from the federal and Ontario governments. This year-long program is for committed public service executives at the director level who want to hone their abilities to meet the on-going challenges of a fast-paced working environment and the transformative world of deficit reduction. Through self-reflection, observation, practice, and feedback, participants will develop key leadership skills to improve resilience, to manage change, and to use evidence-based decision-making. Insights from seasoned… Read more

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